The city has appealed a court decision that's forcing school officials to keep open 19 public schools that had been slated to begin closing in June.
The appeal, filed late last week in Manhattan, argues that a Supreme Court judge applied the wrong legal standard in her determination that the public had not been properly included in the closure decisions.
The city argues that the judge applied the wrong legal standard in it's case.
And what, pray tell, is the correct legal standard?
Is it that Mayor Moneybags has lots more money than everybody else so he's always right and should always get what he wants?
Yes, that would actually be the standard the city wants applied to the case.
And to every case.